UCSF students holding a Script Your Future banner

Script Your Future is an annual national campaign and competition among health professional schools to promote medication adherence throughout the month of February.

The UCSF School of Nursing’s two-day interview process for hopeful Master’s Entry Program in Nursing (MEPN) candidates can be a stressful experience.

The sixth annual LGBTQI Health Issues Forum offers participants the unique opportunity to learn about the clinical concerns of the LGBTI community and how to provide sensitive care to these underserved populations.

UCSF students have approved a referendum to change the student government structure by an overwhelming margin of 88 percent to 12 percent.

Black History Month in February is a chance for the UCSF community to highlight the contributions of African-American and black-identified individuals, to bring medical services to underserved area, and to foster discussions about justice and ineq

Ed Roberts

Volunteer: Ed Roberts, Postdoctoral Scholar

Organization: Maitri (Residential Care for People Living with AIDS)

The staff at teaching hospitals such as UCSF Medical Center are accustomed to seeing third- and fourth-year medical students — with their bulging short white coats and unique air of eager ignorance — on the wards.

Cake and death are the foundation of “Death Cafés,” according to UCSF anthropologist Dr. Shelley Adler, PhD. At these gatherings, diverse strangers come together in small groups, eat cake and talk about death and dying.

Chanting.  Hooting.  Hollering and clapping.  Words of encouragement echoed throughout every crevice of Cole Hall, as the usually staid lecture hall was transformed into a rambunctious theater last Thursday night. 

On January 21, all registered students at UCSF received an online ballot in their UCSF emails asking them to vote on a referendum to approve a new student government structure, starting in the 2014 fall quarter.